Mexican Masters: Rivera, Orozco, and Siqueiros : Selections from the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil

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Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 2005 - Art - 124 pages
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This volume pays homage to the icons of Mexican painting: Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros. Known as the three leading Mexican muralists, these artists, along with Gunther Gerzso and Luis Nishizawa, also produced relatively small scale works in which the harsh life of the Mexican peasant and the brutality of civil war is portrayed with a directness and honesty not always seen in the murals. Mexican Masters expresses the hopes, desires, idealism, and culture of early twentieth-century Mexico through its artists.

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Mexican Masters in the Carrillo Gil Collection
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The Dead Ruin and Nature
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